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Chapter 7: William Saroyan (1908-1981)

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Primary Works

The daring young man on the flying trapeze and other stories, 1934; Three times three, 1936; Inhale & exhale, 1936; Little children, 1937; A native American, 1938; The trouble with tigers, 1938; Love, here is my hat, 1938; Peace, it's wonderful, 1939; My name is Aram, 1940; Saroyan's fables, 1941; My heart's in the Highlands, 1941; The time of your life, and two other plays, 1942; Three plays by William Saroyan: The beautiful people, Sweeney in the trees, and Across the board on To-morrow Morning, 1943; The human comedy, illus. by Don Freeman, 1943; Dear baby, 1944; Razzle dazzle; the human opera, ballet, and circus, 1945; The adventures of Wesley Jackson, 1946; Jim Dandy, fat man in a famine; a play, 1947; The Saroyan special; selected short stories; illus. by Don Freeman, 1948; Rock Wagram, a novel, 1951; The bicycle rider in Beverly Hills, 1952; The laughing matter, a novel, 1953; The whole voyald, and other stories, 1956; Mama I love you, 1956; Papa, you're crazy, 1957; The cave dwellers; a play, 1958; The slaughter of the innocents, a play in two acts, 1958; Here comes, there goes, you know who, 1961; Boys and girls together, 1963; Not dying, 1963; After thirty years: the daring young man on the flying trapeze, 1964; One day in the afternoon of the world, 1964; Short drive, sweet chariot, 1966; Look at us; let's see; here we are; look hard, speak soft; I see, you see, we all see; stop, look, listen; beholder's eye; don't look now, but isn't that you? (us? U.S.?) Photos by Arthur Rothstein, 1967; Letters from 74 rue Taitbout; or, Don't go, but if you must, say hello to everybody, 1969; The dogs, or The Paris comedy, and two other plays: Chris sick, or Happy New Year anyway, Making money, and nineteen other very short plays, 1969; Days of life and death and escape to the moon, 1970; Places where I've done time, 1972; Sons come and go, mothers hang in forever, 1976; Chance meetings, 1978; Obituaries, 1979; Births, 1983; My name is Saroyan, 1983; An Armenian trilogy, 1986; Warsaw visitor ; Madness in the family, 1988; Tales from the Vienna streets: the last two plays, 1991.

Selected Bibliography 1980-Present

Balakian, Nona. The world of William Saroyan. Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell UP, 1998. PS3537 .A826 Z59

Foard, Elizabeth C. William Saroyan: a reference guide. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1989. PS3537 .A826 Z459

Foster, Edward H. William Saroyan. Boise, Idaho: Boise SU, 1984. PS3537 .A826 Z66

- - -. William Saroyan: a study of the short fiction. NY: Twayne Publishers, 1991. PS3537 .A826 Z67

Keyishian, Harry. Critical essays on William Saroyan. NY: G.K. Hall, 1995. PS3537 .A826 Z626

Lee, Lawrence, and Barry Gifford. Saroyan: A Biography. Berkeley: U of California P, 1998.

Saroyan, Aram. Last rites: the death of William Saroyan. NY: Morrow, 1982. PS3537.A826 Z88

MLA Style Citation of this Web Page

Reuben, Paul P. "Chapter 7: William Saroyan." PAL: Perspectives in American Literature- A Research and Reference Guide. URL:http://www.csustan.edu/english/reuben/pal/chap7/saroyan.html (provide page date or date of your login).
 

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